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Synonyms for botanical garden

a facility where trees and shrubs are cultivated for exhibition


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On his nomination form, he wrote: "When I was born, what is now the National Botanic Garden of Wales was seven starter farms.
The South Coast Botanic Garden will be the only Southern California stop for this nationally touring exhibit that will allow both kids and adults to experience the garden in a whole new way.
It was our privilege to be at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden during the preparation of Flora of the Bahamas.
The session comes ahead of Grow Your Own classes the Botanic Garden is running at Moelyci Environmental Centre, in Bangor, and Incredible Edibles, Conwy Youth Centre, in Conwy on February 1.
Comprising 70 acres of stunning scenery, just a stone's throw from the city centre, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh captures the imagination of everyone who visits; from the gardener to the curious sightseer.
With interest from Kirkley Hall College in Northumberland, they envisaged keeping the botanic garden intact and opening it up more to the public and for educational purposes.
Eight months ago Newcastle University admitted it would not be renewing its lease of Moorbank botanic garden off Claremont Road in the city and will quit the site in November.
31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- YouTube has been utilised to provide a snapshot of the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney in spring, in an effort to increase international tourism and local interest in the Garden.
A MURAL painted by a Vale of Glamorgan teenager has been unveiled at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.
MUSCAT: The Oman Botanic Garden team celebrated for planting the first 'habitat' display at the conservation-oriented project.
Friends, trustees and staff gathered at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston to celebrate John W.
The Singapore Botanic Garden is reported to be embarking on a new 133 acre garden to incorporate a $2 million collection of bromeliads due to open in 2011.
Published in association with Brooklyn Botanic Garden, this lovely book describes the many kinds of bleeding heart and how to grow them in the garden.